University at Albany, SUNY

Distinguished Lecture Series in the Mathematical Sciences


This is the web page of the Distinguished Lecture Series in the Mathematical Sciences at the University at Albany SUNY, hosted and sponsored by the Mathematics and Statistics Department and by the College of Arts and Sciences.

2018 Lecture

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The 2018 distinguished lecture will be given on 3/9/2018 by Professor Yum-Tong Siu from Harvard.

Time: March 9th, 2017, 4pm
Place: Lecture Center LC19
Title: Analytic methods of constructing bundle sections and their geometric applications.

Abstract: Many important problems in complex geometry involve the construction of holomorphic sections of bundles with special properties. For example, the deformational invariance of plurigenera, the finite generation of the canonical ring, the abundance conjecture, effective results in algebraic geometry such as the Fujita conjecture, hyperbolicity problems, nonexistence problem for smooth Levi-flat hypersurface, the splitting of unstable plane bundle over complex projective space, algebraic-geometric techniques in the complex Neumann problem for weakly pseudoconvex domains. We will first discuss from scratch the background and the motivation of the methods of constructing holomorphic sections of bundles. Then we will focus on some recent results and unsolved problems and promising approaches to them.

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2017 Lecture

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The inaugural distinguished lecture was given on 2/22/2017 by Professor Gunnar Carlsson from Stanford.

Time: February 22nd, 2017, 3pm
Place: Lecture Center LC22
Title: The shape of big data

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